Leonid Slutsky’s men will play Serbia on 5 June as part of their final preparations for the 2016 European Championship finals in France, it was confirmed on Thursday.
Russia and Serbia will go head to head in their first meeting since 2013.
The game will be played in Switzerland only six days before Russian national team embark on their Euro 2021 journey.
Sbornaya will have their chance to match up against the European Championship’s hosts France on 29 March, when Russia and France will lock horns in a friendly international match that will be played at Stade de France in Saint-Denis.
Russia have qualified for the final tournament having ended the qualification campaign as second-placed team in Group G behind Austria.
Slutsky’s charges have been pitted against England, Wales and Slovakia and will be faced with a tough task of progressing through in their group B.